TALLAHASSEE — A federal judge will hear directly from Floridians disenfranchised by Senate Bill 7066 (SB7066), passed earlier this year by the Florida Legislature and signed into law by Governor Ron DeSantis. The hearing will begin on Monday, October 7 at the federal courthouse in Tallahassee to add
Advocacy groups sue city of Ocala for enforcement of local ordinances that criminalize sleeping or resting outdoors only for people experiencing homelessness
The Southern Legal Counsel, ACLU of Florida, and pro bono attorney Andy Pozzuto filed filed a federal class action lawsuit against the city of Ocala on behalf of more than 200 other similarly situated homeless persons who have been arrested for sleeping or resting in public areas.
Petition filing complements ongoing litigation against the United States Coast Guard for kidnapping and abusive treatment of four Jamaican men
An analysis of 48 Florida counties shows fewer than one in five Floridians with past felony convictions would be eligible to vote under the new law
MIAMI – The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously ruled today that the Brevard County, Fla., Commissioners’ policy of using religious beliefs to determine who can offer invocations at public meetings is unconstitutional and discriminatory.
ACLU and Disability Independence Group Sue Florida Department of Corrections for Placing an Epileptic Person in Isolation Because of his Disability
Lawsuit states the incident violated numerous federal laws and state statutes that protect the disabled from discrimination
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